seb128good morning desktopers06:40
dufluMorning seb128, willcooke,06:47
seb128hey duflu, happy friday! how are you?06:48
dufluseb128, going well. My birth-week continues this weekend. And I'm making good progress in reducing gnome-shell's CPU usage etc06:49
dufluHow are you seb128?06:49
seb128duflu, oh, happy birthday then! And nice to see you have success with shell CPU usage06:53
seb128duflu, I'm better, almost fully recovered for the flu and the planning week went fine, we didn't get too much new crazyness dumped on us06:53
dufluseb128, good to hear, although no doubt resting instead would have helped you sooner06:54
seb128probably yes06:54
willcookehappy birthweek duflu!07:08
dufluheh, thanks willcooke.07:08
duflutjaalton, Peter says he's going to try and go a libinput 1.10-rc1 around Monday. Shall we just try for that one instead of backports?07:12
tjaaltonduflu: works for me07:12
tjaaltoneither way really07:13
tjaaltonwe'll get 1.10 later anyway07:13
dufluWell, his Monday will probably be over before yours starts. So let's see07:13
seb128duflu, you are happy with the state of what is landing now?07:15
dufluseb128, last time I checked, yes. Although there were other commits I haven't tested07:15
dufluIt's easy to build libinput master and drop the binary into bionic07:16
oSoMoNgood morning desktoppers, happy Friday!07:46
seb128salut oSoMoN, happy Friday!07:46
oSoMoNsalut seb128, are you flying home today?07:46
seb128yes, "today"07:47
seb128flight is at 00:3007:47
oSoMoNin a nearby timezone that's still today :)07:48
seb128let's see if that "night in the plane" works out07:48
oSoMoNgood luck!07:49
didrocksgood morning08:18
andyrockhey hey08:25
dufluMorning oSoMoN, didrocks, andyrock08:26
oSoMoNhey didrocks, andyrock, duflu08:26
didrockshey andyrock, duflu, oSoMoN08:30
=== kzapalowicz is now known as koza
oSoMoNhi Laney09:06
Laneyhey oSoMoN, happy (...checks...) friday!09:06
amanoI wonder why Debian hasn't updated libarchive for sid. 3.3.1 was released in March and 3.3.2 in July. Still no updates yet :/09:13
dufluMorning Laney09:14
Laneyhey duflu09:30
Laneywhat's the news09:30
seb128hey andyrock didrocks09:50
didrocksmorning seb12810:05
Trevinhoandyrock: when you've some time please get rid of those from the dock extension10:57
bigonseb128: hey, I see that you are looking at the resolvconf/NM integration issue11:04
seb128hey bigon, not so much looking that pushing to make sure it gets looked at11:05
Trevinhodidrocks: hey, what you think about also shifting the workspace thumbnails when having struts (launcher)?11:34
Trevinhodidrocks: i.e.11:34
Trevinhohere  https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/1qiuTXc2/image.png11:34
TrevinhoIn this case the window is just in this way11:35
didrocksyeah, I see what you mean11:35
didrocksunsure about it, because it means you always have a space in every workspaces11:36
didrocksjust put the STRUT on11:37
didrocksok, it's to remove the space taken by the dock11:37
didrocksI would be in favor of this, indeed11:37
didrocksfocus on the content different between workspace11:37
didrocksand the previous is basically the workarea11:37
didrocksalso, that would remove the discrepancy that a maximized application is seen, despite the STRUT, taking the whole space in the preview11:38
didrocksand not a positioned window11:38
didrocksTrevinho: so yeah, +1 from my side (but we need to ensure first that upstream is accepting to take the STRUT into account, like in the date panel shifting)11:39
=== ogra_ is now known as ogra
=== jhernandez_ is now known as jhernandez
kenvandineandyrock, did you do the appindicator work in the gnome-shell extension?14:42
kenvandinethere's a snap that has a missing icon in the appindicator14:42
* kenvandine is wondering if we are having the same issue with desktop file matching that Trevinho fixed in gnome-shell14:43
Trevinhokenvandine: nope I maintain that14:44
kenvandineTrevinho, oh, cool :)14:44
Trevinhokenvandine: I've actually to pusth some stuff I've done in the past weeks still...14:44
TrevinhoSo, for that there are various causes I think14:44
kenvandinethe slack snap has a missing icon in the appindicator14:44
Trevinhois that electron then....14:44
Trevinhomh, wehere is it saving the icon? As it it does in /tmp, then we can't do it14:45
kenvandineno idea14:45
TrevinhoI guess there's the same issue in unity, there was a workaround for electron apps14:45
TrevinhoTMPDIR=$XDG_RUNTIME_DIR might work14:45
kenvandineflexiondotorg, ^^ do you have access to the yaml for slack?14:46
didrocksyeah, there is an issue with icon being saved in /tmp (we discussed it extensively in the Heidelberg sprint)15:02
didrocksaffecting all Qt apps IIRC15:02
didrocksthe issue was basically the application saving the icon in its /tmp + sending the location over dbus15:02
kenvandinei see15:03
didrocksunsure if that's the case here or if that one was fixed ^ ;)15:03
didrocksjust a lead/idea :p15:03
mdeslaurdidrocks: I miss scroll wheel on launcher icon to switch between windows of the same app15:47
didrocksmdeslaur: it's an option in DtD15:49
didrocksyou can enable the gsettings key15:49
didrocksthe issue is that DtD isn't as smart as unity for scrolling when having too many icons15:49
didrockslike, the dock will start scrolling by shifting icons15:50
didrocksas long as number of instance == 1 -> whole dock icons scroll15:50
didrocksthen you end up on an icon where number of instances > 115:50
mdeslaurwith the mouse wheel?15:50
didrocksand it scrolls the window list15:50
didrocksthat's the reason why I didn't enable that option15:51
mdeslaurdidrocks: do you remember what the option is called? /me is looking15:52
didrockslet me have a look15:52
didrocksmdeslaur: org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock scroll-action15:53
didrocksyou want 'cycle-windows'15:54
mdeslauroh, but activating that then breaks switching workspaces on the applications button15:55
didrocksthat and a lot more15:55
didrocksas told, if not enough space to keep all your icons in the dock, you have a lot of puzzling interactions for the user15:56
didrockslack more smartness in the code for handling this15:56
mdeslaurI see15:56
didrocks(also, a bug report would be good, maybe they would fix it)15:56
mdeslaurok, let me try it with a bunch of icons in the dock when I get a minute15:56
didrocksI guess intended behaviors, and a video of the current issues (the too many icons case and applications button scrolling)15:56
mdeslaurso I understand what the behaviour is15:57
didrocksmdeslaur: small hint: you can increase the dock size for this ;)15:57
mdeslaurthanks didrocks15:57
mdeslauroh, hehe :)15:57
didrocksmdeslaur: keep me posted if you file a bug report!15:57
mdeslaurprobably not today, I'm a bit swamped, but I will15:57
didrockssure no hurry :-) Thanks!15:57
ejathi ..16:25
ejatanyone can help look into the bug 172835416:25
ubot5bug 1728354 in ntfs-3g (Ubuntu) "ntfs: unsupported reparse point" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/172835416:25
Trevinhodidrocks: FYI it was already like that, just bugged (https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=792687)16:35
ubot5Gnome bug 792687 in general "workspaceThumbnail: only update _porthole if the overview is visible" [Normal,Assigned]16:35
didrocksTrevinho: oh, funny16:35

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.7 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!